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: "conservative victory, defeating obama's radical agenda." a road map for how conservatives can get america on the right track. we've seen our constitution trampled in recent weeks with the passage of the health care bill. on this tour we are going to be standing with average americans like who are here tonight that say enough is enough. democrats are coming clean telling us why they pushed for their health care overhaul it wasn't about extending coverage it was about a dramatic redistribution of wealth theme here inv2lqñ ameri. >> the question is, in a democracy, where does the right balance between those at the top, 20% of the people do most of the consumer spending and so forth and those at the bottom? when it gets out of whack as it did in the 20s and it has now you need to do some redistribution. this is a form of redistribution. >> everyone is entitled to adequate health care. if you call that redistribution of income. i call it being fair. >> sean: just being fair. looks like the truth is coming out here with reaction to that and much more, a warm utah welcome ladies and gentlemen,
not think any true picture of equality in america alone is simply the picture of black and white america, although we think that is the most important historical lens through which to look at the quality, but there is the growing hispanic and latino communities. secondly, my gut tells me, my political instincts tell me that a relationship, a working relationship, between the hispanic community and the black community around issues is something that is good for us and good for the nation. that does not mean that there are not going to be some places where we disagree, where our views may not exactly meche, but it is important as we look at the quality -- where our views may not exactly mesh. what the hispanic quality index shows is a wider situation which is not quite as large as between whites and african-americans. all of the numbers that are available for black america and white america are not available for hispanic americans, so the index is not a perfect match, but it models the index that we have had for the last six or seven years when it comes to the relationship between black an
lawyer. let's play that. >> it is legal to speak out in america. it is legal to have opinions in america. it is legal to assemble with people in america. nobody here threw any bricks through any windows or attacked any congressmen or called anybody any foul names because they had a different opinion. they talk. you're allowed to talk. >> you're allowed to talk. how does the prosecution respond to this? >> reporter: the prosecution says this group was dangerous, had the means to carry out what they were talking about, and that they felt they were indeed a danger. and it is a questionable, a questionable case, i have to admit. it is a questionable case that prosecutors and law enforcement officers have to deal with all the time. how long do we sit and watch what seem to be a dangerous group before that dangerous group actually carries out one of these things? and god forbid we're watching one of them and allow them to karat out before we swoop down. it was a judgment call made to the u.s. attorney and the fbi to crack this whip before this group could get out of hand. now the defense attor
is attempting a comeback for the ages. can he handle the pressure? how will america react? join me monday for full coverage of the return of tiger woods. i'll be live at augusta national at 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. eastern time monday at 10:00 and 3:00, live from the masters only on msnbc. >>> there are tragic new questions today about the bullying case in massachusetts. phoebe prince, a 15-year-old, was taunted and bullied for months before she committed suicide by hanging herself in a stairwell. there is now every indication that several adults at the school and some parents knew about the bullying and there are new questions about why nobody bothered to step in. msnbc's jeff rossen has more from south hadley, massachusetts. jeff? >> somebody stands up and admits that there has been failure here, complete failure. we have nowhere to go. >> reporter: outrage is growing in this small massachusetts town. did school administrators ignore repeated complaints of bullying? 15-year-old phoebe prince couldn't take it anymore and killed herself. she was allegedly bullied in the hallways of south
. >> bill: and dennis miller on the rise of the nanny state in america. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. senator mccain changes his mind about the mexican border. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in may 2001, we went to phoenix, arizona, to report on the porous southern border, i interviewed senator john mccain and told him the only way the border could be secured was to use u.s. troops. the senator disagreed. >> i do not favor using troops because they are not trained for it. they don't have the kind of qualifications necessary. i have strongly favor us using all the equipment our military has including satellites, including aircraft and other technical means. >> bill: well, now, the senator has changed his mind finally. but it took a terrible tragedy. arizona rancher robert cents 58 found shot to death on his own property. he leaves behind a wife, two kids, grandchildren and family have been ranching in since 1907. they suspect illegal alien. they
and the future of the country. "america live" starts now. >> and we begin this hour with the tough new clean air standards coming straight from the epa and white house, the obama administration today side stepping congress to issue stricter gas mileage standards and that is just the beginning. in the works, right now, dozens of new epa rules pushing new government regulations into virtually every part of our lives. rules on what we drive, where we live, what we buy, and how much it all costs. now some states preparing for a monumental pushback. stuart varney of the fox business network joins me live. stuart, what's the push sphwhawk. >> the pushback is they're going to court to try to roll back the proposed regulations that are coming down the pipe from the epa. i can't stress enough this is a vast array of new rules that are being proposed by the environmental protection agency, where lisa jackson, the administrator, is essentially acting as a -- using massive administrative power, rather than acting through a vote of congress. just a quick list for one second, megyn. cars, first ever co26789 e
by the end of the decade. as you well know, better than almost anyone in america, except for world war ii, the debt had never been higher as a gdp. what does the growth rate have to be in order to pay the federal debt over the course of the next generation, perhaps the next 25 or 30 years? >> well, the 77% doesn't capture the entire problem in that there's an awful lot of, what you might call offbalance sheet obligations, future medicare and social security and so on and other obligations not fully accounted for in our debt. so, in some sense the burden is greater than what you describe, and recognizing that we're an aging society and those costs are coming down the pike, i don't think there's a realistic growth rate. i don't know what number to tell you. it would be a very high number. probably not realistic. so i don't think just growing out of this will be a solution. >> nor do i, and since that is clearly not the solution, your thoughts on what the solution would be? presumably it is somehow to reign in levels -- rein in spending and get our national expenditures as a part of gdp back
, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters. >>> welcome to "worldfocus." i'm daljit dhaliwal in new york. as many of you know, a regular feature here on "worldfocus" has been our "signature stories." reports filed by our own staff members who have travelled the globe reporting on issues that we believe are important but largely ignored. in the fall of 2008, in our first few months on the air, we brought you a series of "signature stories" called 21st century africa. those reports were produced by "worldfocus" special correspondent martin seemungal, who has spent decades covering that continent. if the only pictures that you have seen from that continent over the years have been of war or famine, stick around for the next half hour or so. first up, one of the biggest stories from africa to have flown under the radar, that continent's china connection. to find out what it's all about, martin seemungal went to ken and neighboring tanzania. >> reporter: these young ke
off about the worst companies in america. >>> ehrlich versus o'malley. we understand. but did you expect a conflict between l.l. cool j. and sarah palin? >>> i know you've been frustrated with customer service, but there's a complaint that just won't get resolved. they have a website now you can really sound off on. >> wants you to choose the worst company in america. banks, retailers, cable companies, the more you name it the bracket style competition is 32 companies including comcast, bank of america, toyota, verizon and wal-mart. but there can only be one winner. >> all the companies in our bracket were submitted and voted on by consumerist readers. people are going off about their dealings with them. >> they'll crown a winner april 26th. go to >>> let's fill out our own bracket with this weather. beautiful weather coming up. good morning, justin. >> this is exactly what we need. check out these temperatures. massive flooding continuing across the northeast. this one from connecticut. that pizza may be soggy. flooding waters gushing everywhere. so
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, and this is the united states of america? tell me how this can happen. >> you could not be more right. look, it's not an easy situation. of the 54 actually that we took out of haiti, 47 already had adoptive homes that had been preapproved. the other seven we had a court order from a haitian judge that we could take them, and they will be adopted and there are people that want them, and they are in a wonderful setting, and not incarcerated in any way shape or form. after we took the kids out, there was a freeze. and the only children allowed to go were those that already had a court-approved adoption. and sometimes children in broward county, they don't have families yet that they have been approved for. there are people that wanted them and things in process, and there is no reason to put them in jail. we should put them in places like the children's family institute in pittsburgh. hhs approves places to hold orphan children while they are going through the adoption process, and that's why they ought to be. as you said, this is the united states of america. i argued with the government after th
'm jeremy hubbard. >> and i'm stephanie sy in for vinita nair. >>> it is census day in america when every household is reminded to return their forms before census workers come knocking on your door. >> more than half of the forms have already been returned but that means a lot of counting yet to be done. t.j. winick has details from washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jeremy and stephanie 48% of forms have not been returned so the president set an example filling out his form counting his wife and daughters plus his mother-in-law who also lives at the white house. the $15 billion census program is meant to get an accurate count of the nation's population and its racial makeup among other data. starting next month a census worker will visit each address that got a form but didn't mail it back, a time consuming but important step becse the census doesn't just determine the number of representatives in congress it also determines how federal dollars are spent. >> it's been estimated that something like $1400 per person is at stake. so, you know, add up the number of the peo
is also national census day. the day households across america are being asked to return their census forms. 134 million were mailed out. some were delivered by dog sleds. census bureau says it could save $1.5 billion if everyone mailed their census forms back. starting in may they'll head to every address that got a form but did not mail it back. >>> baltimore city residents have been wdslow in sending in their census forms. the city is below the national average. but above some other cities of the same size. roosevelt leftwich is joining us with more on why some folks slow on sending in the forms. >> reporter: it is only ten questions. for some folks it might as well be 100. census form takes to do. in some households ten minutes of work takes weeks to get done. freeze the picture there and let's start counting. one, two, three, four, five, six, the guy in the hat is seven. just for time's sake let's tell you there are 17 visible people in this picture. why is it hard for people to count the members of their own family? i'm going home to complete my census. >> how important is it t
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for the united states of america. >> smith: the louisiana purchase doubled the size of the united states. america might have been grateful. instead, the us refused to recognize haiti. >> it was "a bad example" for black slaves to rise against their white masters. so the united states back then slapped an embargo on haiti to bottle us up. and they did. and it remained for 60 years. >> smith: in the coming years, haiti would suffer diminishing wealth and political upheaval. its mistrust for america would grow. >> and then in 1915, the united states marines land in haiti... >> smith: over the next century, haiti would endure 20 years of us occupation, 30 of dictatorship under the duvaliers... >> i have been elected for president for life. >> smith: ...failed attempts at democracy, military coups, and in the '90s another intervention. >> the message of the united states to the haitian dictators is clear. leave now, or we will force you from power. ( cheers and applause ) >> smith: president clinton's occupation in 1994 deposed a military dictator and reinstated a popular president, jean-bertrand aris
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%. trish, over to you. >>> jpmorgan chief jamie dimon speaking out. bank of america, wells fargo, take a look, all trading up. jpmorgan chase really leading the pack. they're up better than 1%. excuse me, citigroup up 2%. mary thompson joins us with more on dimon's pretty strong words. >> this, of course, comes from the annual letter to shareholders and if you heard jamie dimon speak at the company's annual meeting all these words have a familiar ring. as he has for about the last year and a half, he defends his bank saying it and other healthy firms shouldn't be lumped in with other unhealthy banks. he encourages cooperation that it is necessary to avoid making the mistakes that lead to the financial crisis to avoid making those mistakes again. dimon uses a 36-page letter to point out in the current political environment, size has been demonized, writing capping the size of america's largest banks won't change the needs of big business and there aren't big u.s. banks to serve them, he warns these companies are going to turn to foreign banks. he also calls for a time-out saying we have
was a dog that cheated on america's sweetheart and now apparently he is a dog that cheated on america's sweetheart wearing nazi clothes. like it has gone from bad to worse and it just keeps getting -- i can't even explain. and now extra has learned he is in rehab. they're not saying what he's in rehab for, but we're all assuming it's for sex rehab. and it is -- i feel bad for both parties. this is a woman who just won the oscar and now she is in hiding. that's sad for her. that's sad for any woman. >> larry: would this have been a big story had she not won the oscar? >> sandra bullock is one of hollywood's biggest stars and she was involved in one of hollywood's most intriguing relationships. >> larry: she's just been seen with him walking the red carpet. that adds to the story. >> it adds to the story. even before all this started, hollywood was fascinated by them themselves didn't know what america's sweetheart was doing with this motorcycle bad boy. and was this a relationship that was going to work? we're now seeing what the answer to that is. >> larry: who is jesse james? >> well
our way at of this crisis. we have to earn our way out. we have to put america back to work again. his approach is addressing that. >> last week, i announced some additional -- additional targets steps. they will give added boost to small business by building on the tax cuts in the recovery act and increasing access to the lungs desperately -- loans desperately needed for small businesses to grow. i called for the extension of emergency relief like unemployment insurance and health benefits to help those who have lost their jobs while boosting consumer spending and promoting job growth. we also want to take some strategic surgical steps in areas that are going to generate the greatest number of jobs while generating the greatest value for our economy. for the moment we took office, -- from the moment we took office, we began investing in a newer, stronger foundations for lasting growth. when that would free us from the cycle of boom and bust that has been so painful. one that can create good jobs and opportunities for a growing middle class. that is at the heart of our effort. [applaus
its state of black america report for 2009 yesterday. we know that last month our blacks were unemployed at nearly twice the rate of whites 15.9% to 8.8%. the gap since 1974 is just barely closing. in considering the question on the federal funds rate, do you consider this wealth and employment gap to be a serious problem? do you think that a rising tide for the overall economy will actually reduce the gap based on your experience as an economist should we be targeting stimulus to the nunlt -- communities with the greatest needs on and on and on. i guess i've been talking to you and others about the unemployment rate among african-americans latinos, rural poor for a long time. i hear nothing about what we can do in terms of targeting. i hear no plan coming forth about how we can involve these communities and opportunities that would reduce the unemployment. can you help me out with this in some way today? in talking about the federal funds rate or any other aspect of your responsibility to help us understand what we can do. >> certainly. first we're in complete agreement that
in the sex abuse scandal. >>> race and america. today'the day for the census, counting all americans. but there's a kind of rebellion about the choices on race. >>> flashpoint. the supreme court will hear the case of the father forced to pay the protesters who tried to disrupt the funeral of his soldier son. >>> and, medical wonder. he could barely walk. doctors had no idea what he could really do. >>> good evening. the sexual abuse scandal in the church took a new turn today. with questionsbout money and favors and people high up in the church over the years. and, as part of it, we learned that pope benedict, when he was cardinal ratzinger, ultimately pushed forward with an investigation despite the pressure around him. brian ross is here with the unfolding drama tonight. brian? >> reporter: well, diane, one of the most controversial cases handled by the pope involved a pedophile priest who has since en found to have sexually abused more than 20 young boys. today, there are new allegations about the priest who founded a prominent church oer and his relationship with those certain to
of america is facing and why thousands of kids could be in danger. >>> at 4:45, another local death linked to swine flu. why potential outbreak is once again becoming imminent here in the u.s. if we don't know how big our community is, how do we know how big our hospitals need to be? the census helps us know exactly what we need, so everyone can get their fair share of funding. we can't move forward until you mail it back. 2010 census. >>> we may all be soon driving greener cars to get better mileage. several years from now, thgh. today's president obama's administration signed off on new standards that mandate better fuel efficiency. the environmental protection agency set new emission standards. changes are part of to can you greenhouse gases and defense on oil. people are worried about the cost. steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: it is an average to be phased in over four years. by 2016 the fleet of new vehicles sold in this country from the smallest cars to pickup trucks and suvs has to average nearly 50% better gas mileage. from 25 miles per gallon now to 35.5 in six years. that w
the people, there is liberty. you know what is coming. let's go! hello, america. today's show is about the loss of freedom. the loss of every person to make intelligent choices without guidance or interference or compulsion from the government. when the great country was founded, those who created the government understood that there are areas of personal choices that are none of the government's business. they fought a revolution. they wrote a constitution. they guaranteed that the government they gave us would be far different than the one they fought against. we are an independent country today in large measure because the founding fathers had had enough of the british king and parliament telling them how to live. forcing them to sell goods where they didn't want to sell. taxing almost all their behavior. and disregarding their natural rights to speak, to engage in commercial activities of hair own choosing and to -- of their own choosing and be left alone. does it sound familiar? that was the complaint 230 years ago. it's happening all over again. except now, it's their own governm
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the government fears the people, there is liberty. you know what is coming. let's go! >> hello, america. four principal constitutional defects in the healthcare law signed by president obama. it has odd parts to it, subject to challenge, like the federal takeover of student loans, the creation of a healthcare army which includes member of the state national guard and hiring of 16,000 new i.r.s. agents. the main constitutional violations is what the congress ordered states to do and individuals to do. the unconstitutional and troubling provisions order the states to increase state taxes and spend the money collected on healthcare. order individuals to have insurance that's accept to believe bureaucrats. transfer regulation of healthcare from the states to the federal government. puts a federal bureaucrat between patient and physician. question, can the federal government tell the states how to spend state-generated tax dollars? in a word, no. the states formed the federal government. not the other way around. when they did so, they gave away 17 specific powers all written in the constitution.
>>> good morning, america, on this thursday, april 1st. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos. this morning, the rain may be over, but the waters rise even higher over homes and shopping malls drowning almost an entire state. >> there's fish in my basement, fish in miy basement right now, fish. >> the pope calls the vatican scandal a test for his church as brian ross reports on new allegations this holy thursday morning. did this church leader try to buy his way out of trouble? >>> the rap star versus the republican. out of trouble? l.l. cool j takes on sarah palin. why he's accusing her of failing to promote a new show. >> the big leaguer whose foul ball rocketed into the stands hit his mother. we're going to hear from him this morning. >>> what are the chances you e are's going to hit your own mom in the stands like this. >> it was just a heart-stopping moment. denard span says he just froze when he heard it hit his mom. >> she's okay, though. >> she is okay. he's okay. he's actually been having a terrific spring but said it was a very, very bad day. thank g
into this and they will revive their contract with america in 2010. host: milton, independent line. arnot -- vernon dean of beach, florida -- fernandina beach, florida. caller: thank you for taking my call. i think the democrat or republican or the independence or however, if they had just a few seconds to think about this, they will know that the reason this is coming about now -- democrats -- i am talking about kerry, talking about lieberman, and even the republican senator lindsey graham, they were pushing this 10 years ago and the democrats said no, no, no, it will take 10 years to realize any benefit. it has been 10 years ago and they did not drill 10 years ago, so we don't have the oil now. 10 years from now, we won't have any drilling whatsoever. whether you objected to it or you accepted this fact, the method, as the last gentleman said, was to try to get some helps for the cap-and-trade -- anyone in their right mind. i am not an activist, but i do have my own opinions. offering a carrot in one hand but a stick in the other. host: what is the matter with that, milton? isn't that how politics works? calle
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that seaworld brings to america. obviously a lot of kids going on sprang brick. that kind of stuff. you think of seaworld as the wail wh whales and all that and shamu. >> thinking they're going to fly off but they don't fly. >> they don't fly. >> you dressed for the occasion. you match the penguins. now, tell us, laura is from seaworld. tell us about these penguins. why are they here? particular type of pen gguipeng >> they're from south america. >> they're not the cold ones. >> not the really cold ones. and we're going to just set her next to her buddy here. and being that they're the temporate species they're able to travel. they're able to just promote the park and let people know that we do have marine mammals but we also have penguins and many other bird species and mammal species. >> these two are life mates. >> they are. >> and this is -- this is what happens with these particular penguins? >> yes, it can. they also are very nest site specific so they'll come back to the same one year after year. >> show that. i have this. i just want to put it. people think of penguins being in antarc
in america. which means he is a very, very specific kind of grassroots leader. over three years, koch industries gave over $5 million to a fake grassroots organizations that one of its owners founded. or at least to foster the appearance of popular sentiment against doing anything about global warming. it should be noted that in 2008 koch centuries spent more than exxon, more than chevron, on campaign contributions, over $1.8 million. 88% of it, to republicans. and koch centuries did not stop with president obama's election. so far this current campaign cycle, employees, family members and those affiliated with koch centuries have offered $900,000, including to mike pence's committee, to john boehner's action committee and campaign committee, and $15,000 to minority whip eric cantor's committees, all of whom, you might notice, reacted to president obama's prodrilling announcement today by saying the president is still not prodrilling enough. joining us now is james hogan, co-founder of the desmog blog reported on research by green peace which traced koch, also the author o
america everywhere... from the battlespace to cyberspace. around the globe, the people of boeing are working together, to give our best for america's best. that's why we're here. ♪ holy thursday to the world's priests. >> may they come closer to christ for hope, reconciliation and peace. >> in addition to signal the support of the clergy, they're striking back at critics. vatican spokesman attacked "the new york times" for its reporting on vatican abuse within the milwaukee diocese. they reported that a 1963 letter to then pope paul vi indicates the vatican was aware of clergy abuse in the united states nearly five decades allege. we're joined by raymond fliynn, former u.s. ambassador to the vatican. what do you make of these new documents the associated press got that show the vatican was aware of this nearly 50 years ago? >> it clearly indicates to me that more should have been done at the local level in the catholic church in these referrals to the vatican, because that's where the local jurisdiction should reside, should rest. look, the vatican is inundated with matters fro
to rick bensignor, another great technician, who named the bottom in bank of america for nearly a triple in less than three months. right on the show. along with the market's bottom in early march of 2009. fitzpatrick's work detected a huge mutual fund buy on every dip. bensignor's work enabled him to see that at $3 the bank of america sellers were just plain spent. they were exhausted. they were finished dumping their shares. they were at the finish line at the big marathon. when you're trying get to the bottom of what's happening with a stock, you want the complete picture based on the best information you can get your hands on. as an investor researching the company behind the stock lets you know whether that stock is worth owning and at what price. over the long run it's things like growth and the strength of the underlying company that determine the trajectory of a stock. the charts can't help you there. but at any given individual moment the buying and selling of the institutional money managers determines where the stock is going in the short term. and the technicals are the best
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with america, a set of specific proposals from the republican party, that were, released about six weeks before the '94 mid-term elections. and guess what happened? the house of representatives flipped from democrats to republicans for the first time in 40 years. there is a precedent here for the republican party to run on ideas. >> yeah, i couldn't agree more. and the end the mediocrity of some of these proposals, strikes me that there's a huge opportunity to call out the democrats for all of their accommodations to special interests and do it better and more efficiency. congressman paul, am i naive or dilutional? or is there a huge opportunity for the republicans to actually achieve relate health reform, to actually achieve real energy independents, to actually achieve real restoration of the banking regulation to the satisfaction of the american people? >> caller: well, you would think so. but i'm not convinced yet. the republicans are real good at stating that they're for limited government. and i think the people who are so upset now are upset with the government and its ineptness. but unf
. and there's nobody in america who thinks that fossil fuels are going to go away even as we try to become -- >> this is a smart, down-the-middle thing, do you agree? >> absolutely. smart move politically, not only for the reason that steve laid out. but he needs to do this now if he has any hope of picking up moderate republicans to support his cap-and-trade legislation and as we head into summer, gas prices spike. if he wasn't doing something to show that he was alleviating the supply-and-problem that causes the fluctuation, he'd have a huge political target around his tech. >> you start drilling now, you get the gas in three or four years. but someday we may be in a society where our cars are powered by wind and sun. but there's going to be a point where we're going to run out of gas and we want to have the offshore potential, right? >> right. i think most american people want all energy solutions on the table. >> he's going to be leader of the country now. i think he's got to do things like afghanistan and this and debt reduction, thinks that you like. i'm with him, too. thank you, ste
to argue that the hutaree had a lot of bark but no bite. >> it's legal to speak out in america. it's legal to have opinions in america. it's legal to assemble with people in america. nobody here threw any bricks through any windows or attacked a congressman or called anybody any foul names pause they had a different opinion. they talked. you're allowed to talk. >> they also plan to prove all of the guns we were just mentioning, robin, were legally obtained. >> richard, thank you so much. appreciate it. he's going to talk a little bit more about what we've learned about this group. >>> the u.s. has won key support for its push for new sanctions against iran. china has agreed to negotiate possible sanctions over iran's nuclear program, from the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. china previously opposed new sanctions. it is one of iran's biggest trading partners. now iran's top nuclear negotiator is in china today. iran insists that its nuclear program is for energy, not weapons. >>> a charter school in philadelphia is no longer going to double as a nightclub. ♪ that's my nightclub music. city of
. >>> soda making america's belts and buttons pop. wait until you see if there is a curtail to the sodas. would you mind paying a bit more to hydrate. >>. [ singing in spanish ] >>> mexico's bloody cartel war celebrated in song. music and lyrics by "grim reality." take everything you thought about gangster rap and toss it out the window. >>> remember, the best defense is a good avenues. the vatican says the catholic church reals frin germany telephone hotline for those abused by priests. will victims turn to the institution that betrayed their trust in the first place? frederick plakan is there with details and deana in rome. >>> the vatican has been criticizing the media in recent days for what they are calling an attempt to smear the pope's name. this is the first time we have seen a comprehensive rebuttal of some of the points raised in the media and specifically in "the new york times" in relation to the case of father lawrence murphy who abused deaf boys in the united states in the '50s and '60s. "the new york times" alleged that the decision not to defrock father murphy in 1996 whe
're hoping for a trial but the trail of death fueled by america's hunger for illegal narcotics. it's largely america's fault and at least 30 people who live south of the border running to the united states asking for asylum to save their lives. we're told the drug cartels threatened to kill children. the latest battle is in a small town, near hancock texas. drug cartels are battling for control of the town but caught in the crossfire, regular folks. jonathan hunt with the details. sounds like people in this town are scared. >> forth of hancock they're terrified. a lot of people from the violence wracked mexican town across the border are coming to the fort hancock. they're worried the violence is going to follow them. there have been strange incidents such as school busses followed by strange vehicles. three unknown men walking into a high school give gym during a basketball game. a lot of people, including the law enforcement, believes it's a message that the violence is coming. >> this isn't limited to texas. >> absolutely not. arizona, california,al that border including new mexico where
library, cable's latest gift to america. >> now, a discussion on economic issues in the u.s. from today's "washington journal," this is about 45 minutes. for a long time at "newsweek" and "the washington post." what does a nation like greece with 11 million people, and once supported by the european common market, has to tell us about the perils of a financial market? guest: @ think the message is sort of a mixed political and financial message. that is, that if the government, if a society continues to overspend year after year, decade after decade, at some point there is a reckoning. and greece, like many other modern advanced democracies basically spent more than it is taxed. huge deficits and huge debt and now the financial markets are increasingly skeptical and less willing to lend to greece. so greece now is put in a position that they have to cut back either on spending or raise taxes and do both, and these are not small adjustments -- they are wrenching social adjustments. and the same thing may await us if we did not bring the commitment to the government has made, and our will
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